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  • Producer/Host: Jim Campbell

    This May, 2012 edition of As If Stories features “Slow Monkeys” by author Jim Nichols, read by Dennis Harrington, as well as short conversations with both the author and reader.

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  • Producer/Host: Jim Campbell

    Today’s program features the story “Strokes” written by Gail Hennigsen and read by Kristen Burkholder, as well as short conversations with both the author and reader.

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  • Producer/Host: Jim Campbell

    This program features a reading of “Five Tuesdays in Winter” written by Lily King and performed by Lincoln Clapp, followed by the story “Officer Friendly” by author Lewis Robinson, read by Nathan Raleigh.

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  • This edition of As If Stories includes readings of Instructor-Composition Skills by John Mandarino performed by Peter Conant; and Taughannock Falls written by Bill Roorbach and performed by Daryl Dejoy.

    HOST: Jim Campbell

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  • This As If Stories program features readings of two stories: “Elwood’s Last Job” by Elaine Ford, read by Elisabeth Goodridge; and “It’s What It Feels Like” by Andrew McNabb, read by Michael Fletcher.

    HOST: Jim Campbell

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  • This December 1, 2011 version of As If Stories features a reading of Stephen King’s short story, The Reach, read by Helen York and Bonnie Versboncoeur with sound accompaniment by Doug Ludwig with author’s permission to perform and broadcast this story. It was recorded at the Aarhus Gallery in Belfast, Maine in February of 2010. Produced by Jim Campbell

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  • This edition of As If Stories features a reading of “The Blender” by author Martha Fenton of Portland, read by Beverly Mann of Belfast. The program also includes interviews with Beverly Mann and with As If Stories director Gail Henningsen.

    HOST: Jim Campbell

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